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Old 07-28-2010, 04:20 PM   #1
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Need breakfast make and freeze recipes

I want a good recipe for muffins that make and freeze well. We like cinnamon and chocolate chip muffins and blueberry muffins.

I found a couple recipes but I'm not sure if one recipe is better or not when it comes to making and freezing.

I did some pancakes the other day and put the leftovers in the freezer. I was surprised, but they tasted like fresh made when I reheated one this morning.

Also..when reheating muffins..do you just pop them in the microwave? Silly question I'm sure.

Also..got a good smoothie recipe that'll freeze well? I like strawberry/banana smoothies. Yum yum.

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Re: Need breakfast make and freeze recipes

http://www.catcancook.com/awesome-banana-muffin-recipe/

Seriously the best banana muffin recipe ever! I always add half a bag of chocolate chips....these are so moist and yummy....and she says the recipe is good for freezing
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Re: Need breakfast make and freeze recipes

found a recipe for french toast. I'll try that out too. Gotta get the ingredients for all this stuff. Huge grocery shopping trip this weekend so I'll pick up in bulk to have a big baking day. It'll be nice to have a variety of things ready for the kids in the mornings when school starts in a couple weeks.
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Re: Need breakfast make and freeze recipes

I make waffles with my waffle iron and freeze. Then pop in the toaster just like you would an eggo waffle.

I make a couple dozen at a time and freeze in pairs. They come out fresh and tasty. We all like homemade waffles better than the eggos and it's great for quick breakfasts.
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Re: Need breakfast make and freeze recipes

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I make waffles with my waffle iron and freeze. Then pop in the toaster just like you would an eggo waffle.

I make a couple dozen at a time and freeze in pairs. They come out fresh and tasty. We all like homemade waffles better than the eggos and it's great for quick breakfasts.
Same. My son is allergic to eggs, so we make ours egg-free. It's so nice to just grab what you need out of the freezer in a pinch! We freeze egg-free pancakes, too.
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Old 07-29-2010, 08:13 PM   #7
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Re: Need breakfast make and freeze recipes

I do not have a muffin recipe, but I do have an idea. I make about 30 waffles at a time in the waffle maker and freeze those, then put them in baggies when they are frozen. They are excellent reheated, you can even put them in the toaster. I have tried several recipes and they all have worked great.
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